ImLive Launches "Anti-dating" Campaign


ImLive Launches “Anti-dating” Campaign To Promote Social Distancing

Camming site ImLive has launched an “anti-dating” promotional campaign encouraging users to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. ImLive has partnered with Bella Thorne and other to spread the message and will be giving away up to $50 million in ImLive credits to users who will commit to abstaining from dating during self-quarantine and stay-at-home.

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The site has pledged $250,000 in donations to the World Health Organization (WHO) to fund the efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Adrian Stoneman, VP of ImLive said: “It’s been a long time in quarantine and we’re all feeling disconnected from normal life. We know it’s tempting to go out and meet people, especially when you’re feeling lonely,” “And according to a survey we conducted, there are still a lot of people who are physically dating. Now, more than ever, it’s time to stay home and not date. Through our collective efforts, we know physical distancing works to flatten the curve. We at ImLive believe that our platform is best suited to assist people with their loneliness and horniness while in quarantine.”

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